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Senate passes disaster relief bill, as Trump and Pelosi attacks grow more personal

After a months-long delay, the Senate overwhelmingly passed a funding bill Thursday that helps communities hit by natural disasters. The House is expected to quickly follow suit, and President Trump said he will sign the bill into law. Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff to discuss how much money the bill allocates to whom, plus the political dynamics between Trump and congressional Democrats.

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